Jennifer Chappell Marsh, MFTI

Jennifer’s journey to becoming a therapist started in 2003 when she first began work with The Salvation Army providing treatment to adolescents, children and families who experienced trauma and substance abuse issues. In 2005, she was deployed to Louisiana with The Red Cross to provide aid to persons and families effected by Hurricane Katrina. It was this experience that solidified her desire to help individuals and families, and inspired her to continue her education, completing a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy in 2008. Since then, she has received advanced training working both with children (Trauma Focused-CBT) and couples (Emotionally Focused Therapy). Currently, Jennifer works in a private practice setting in San Diego and has completed approximately 1,500 client hours working with children, teens, adults, couples and families. She also contributes “The Counselor’s Opinion” to the San Diego Relationship Advice blog: To find out more about Jennifer and her counseling services, visit



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